The Fans Start Lloyd Banks Not To Retire

HipHop News Posted on March 16, 2018 at 7:21am

The Fans Start Lloyd Banks Not To Retire

They say that is not so.

Since the launch of the 2002 mixtape 50 Cent Is the Future, G-Unit, rapper Lloyd Banks has established himself as a lyrical force. Now, after an illustrious career that includes 16 mixtapes and three studio albums, the Banks announced that it hangs everything.

"I fell in love with Hip-Hop more than 25 years ago ... that thing I turned to in good times and in bad," he wrote on twitter on Thursday (March 15). "I just want to say thank you to the artists that have inspired me."

"[I want to] send my thanks to all who supported me until today," he continued, before adding: "I think that it is time to give it."

I fell in love with Hip-Hop more than 25 years ago..it was that thing I turned to during good times and bad..I just want to say thanks to the artist B4 me that inspired me..and send my thanks to all who supported me until the day of THANKS!!

— Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) March 16, 2018

With that being said..I think that it is time to give it 💯

— Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) March 16, 2018

Fans immediately shared their disappointment and many begged the Banks to reconsider.

If your chattin about retirement... I want a hour long freestyle on @HOT97 as a goodbye hourah

— SIMMS🗣 (@DanielMMGSimms) March 16, 2018

Nah don't do it pic.twitter.com/CWrH72BYuo

— MACC (@macc503) March 16, 2018

Dam bro does not do this, it is necessary that you

— adriantrades (@Adrian0122) March 16, 2018

Thx for everything, boss. There were many dope moments in life that relate to the " I " of the music. A legend of the fam.

— Ed (@Beezus602) March 16, 2018

Thank you for being an inspiration to me and many die hard fans. Thank you to all the free music you've given us. Now we owe it to YOU to buy anything you drop!!! Thanks for all the 🔥 blue!!! 🐐

G — VAD (@GeorgeVadnais) March 16, 2018

That inspired many of the artists below you are also god!

I've listened to

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